"Industry and Idleness"
"Industry and Idleness"
18071
"Industry and Idleness"
'The fellow 'prentices at their looms', plate I of "Industry and Idleness"; two apprentices are at their looms. The idle apprentice gazes blankly before him. On his loom is a tankard and above him is a sheet headed 'Moll Flanders'; The industrious apprentice works busily, a copy of 'The Prentice Guide' on the floor beside him; in the doorway their master brandishes a stick.
1833
London Metropolitan Archives
Satirical Print Collection
Hogarth, William (1697-1764)
Smith E. (fl.1833)
For related images see Record Nos: 18071 to 18082.
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